ECON 203 ONL - Economic Statistics II
Continuation of ECON 202. Builds upon point and interval estimation as well as hypothesis testing skills first introduced in ECON 202. Utilizes a practical project format to extend the student skill set to include simple and multiple linear regression and time series techniques. Students will: Understand the relevance of statistics in their future course-work and professions; Be trained to identify the proper statistical technique to apply to a problem; Be adept at finding the answers to statistical queries using excel; Be able to properly interpret the results of their analysis. Course Information: Students must have completed a course on probability and statistical analysis before taking ECON 203. The best course to meet this requirement is ECON 202 at the University of Illinois. Prerequisite: ECON 202; one of MATH 220, MATH 221, or MATH 234.
You just need to register for this one section if you would like to take this course online- You do NOT need to register for a lab and lecture section for this online summer course as they are combined. This section is fully online- you will not need to be on campus to complete this section (make sure you have a reliable internet connection). This online section may have additional costs for taking exams (costs typically range from $35-$50 per exam). The instructor will provide information about the course for registered students.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate
Term(s): Fall , Summer